Dutch English Dictionary

Nederlands, Vlaams - English

kenmerk in English:

1. characteristic

I got over the difficulty with my characteristic tenacity.
He spoke with a softness characteristic of southerners.
It is characteristic of him.
Although my friends differ so considerably from each other, there is one characteristic they have in common: they are always reliable and have never lat me down.
It is characteristic of the fork ball, one of baseball's change-ups, that a ball that flew straight will drop suddenly just before the batter.
The aurora is a phenomenon characteristic of the polar regions.
So characteristic of what a pious Christian would say, this courteous phrase.
Emphasizing its postural lean characteristic, the term ‘tango apilado’ has often been used as a synonym for 'tango milonguero'.
Language is a specifically human characteristic.
Mrs Tanaka's characteristic curly hair was sticking up behind her ear.
Bossiness is not an attractive characteristic.
a national characteristic
He has a characteristic accent that allows you to recognize him.
Does he have any distinguishing physical characteristics?
I believe that institutional jealousy is a characteristic shared by mediocre individuals.

2. hallmark

They put their hallmark on every piece of furniture.
When Jimmy had gone, leaving the head, Smith went over it carefully, discovering certain hallmarks. Eventually he'd been able to trace it to an unlikely collaboration between two Zurich artisans...
Patient is the hallmark of a leader.
They also added that the incident 'did not bear the hallmarks of a terrorist attack
His hallmark isn't a punctuality.
Punctuality isn't his hallmark.

English word "kenmerk"(hallmark) occurs in sets:

Of course 6VWO U7 EN-NL
Engels Unit 7 EN-NL

3. feature

feature, feature writer
The truly remarkable feature of sound production by birds is that the two sides of the syrinx can act independently.
feature {rzecz.} cecha, artykuł, reportaż, funkcja, funkcjonalność, | to feature {czas.} obejmować, odgrywać rolę | to feature {czas.} zamieszczać, przedstawiać, ukazywać, wyobrazić sobie
Tonight’s program features some outstanding performers.
It featured a sensational article about a businessman who had been murdered with a car bomb.
We are going to be looking at the language of story about a new scheme in Denmark which features a strong connection between those two activities.
A feature of this new car is that if a drunk person is driving, the engine won't start.
As a similar feature it is noted that students engaged in fund-raising activities rarely contribute money they have earned themselves.
The audio feature is only available in some sentences in Chinese, Dutch, French, German and Shanghainese.
And that's because this doll has irregular facial features and twisted arms of someone with a disability
a new movie featuring Bruce Willis. The CD will feature music from all over the world.
The house has some interesting features: a lovely kitchen, a fireplace in every room and a large attic.
Helen’s ‘Hidden Oxford’ will feature a number of little -known spots and not just the famous places.
To highlight the most distinctive feature, the intricate tattoos that laced the skin
Open an image and select an image layout. Click "Open" for opening an image. Click "Quit" for quitting the program. "Image Layout" feature allows you to view in any layout.

English word "kenmerk"(feature) occurs in sets:

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